- From sound absorbing acoustic wall tiles to geometric white oak screens, here is a set of five products to increase privacy at home and in the office.
- In case you missed Dwell's July/August issue, there's another chance to peep technology for the home of the future, thanks to a PSFK exhibition in New York City.
This injection-molded thermoplastic standing table or wall-mounting lamp takes four 25-watt E12 bulbs.
A plastic rendition of classic wooden blocks, Cubes makes a splashy desktop addition. Its petite size keeps its bright colors from overtaking your workspace.
- A digitally fabricated design in London boasts secret compartments for coralling the trappings of a modern workspace.
The Desk Basket comes in small and medium and is the perfect little organizer for your workspace.
- Carving out a study niche doesn't mean adding on an extension to your house; instead, consider built-ins—they can change the entire function of a room, or simply create some much-needed workspace.
Vertical orientation might be an effective way to free up space on your sink, unclutter your countertop, and make for an easy polish job, but we worry about wayward suds and splatters leaving a trail down the wall. We’re suckers for simplicity, though, and the minimal shapes and smooth gloss of Kohler’s piece outshine the competition. We agree with our expert that the Oblo is a stylish faucet with nothing to hide.